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Lake Placid: The Final Chapter Reviews

Lake Placid: The Final Chapter

Overview


Genre :

Horor

Release Date :

September 29, 2012 (TV Premiere)

Director :

Don Michael Paul

Starring :

Robert Englund, Elisabeth Rohm, Yancy Butler, Poppy Lee Friar, Jeff Stewart, Jonas Talkington, Sewell Whitney

REVIEWS RATE:  Critics  Don't waste your weekend watch this movie.    Readers  Be the 1st!

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“..they build a wimpy Jurassic Park-type fence to deal with Jurassic-sized creatures and end up with a Jurassic Park-like problem-only with worse CG..”
by Jennifer Doe [Letterboxd]
“..there's nothing really overly original about it but I'd suspect if you've found your way to this channel, originality is not something you're looking for to begin with and if you're a fan like me, you'll definitely enjoy this one..”
by Gore Whore [Twisted Central]
“..it's not completely horrible, but if you had options with a known good commodity and this, go with the known commodity..”
by Bruce Simmons [BruSimm]
“..if you are staying in and want a fun night in front of the television, I definitely recommend Lake Placid: The Final Chapter..”
by Jamie Ruby [SciFi Vision]

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